Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Ilze Garda Imagine. Imagine that schools recruit children who have the most different thoughts and behaviors. Imagine that children who learn differently are considered children with special rights. Imagine that educators have all the tools and strategies they need to meet all the needs of the learners in their classroom. Imagine […]

Honoring Indigenous Cultures and Histories | Jill Fish | TEDxMinneapolis

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Peter van de Ven [Speaks in foreign language] Good evening everyone, my name is Jill Fish, and I’m from Skarú:rę’ Kayeda:kreh, the Tuscarora Nation. Before I begin, I want to acknowledge that the land that the call center is built upon, the land that we’re all standing on, are the traditional […]

A radical & successful approach to working with Indigenous communities | Denise Hagan | TEDxBrisbane

you I want to acknowledge the traditional owners of this country the Turrbal people and also those traditional owners in lockout River in 2002 I found myself on a very small 10 cedar plane flying to the remote community of Lockhart River in Cape York I was executive director leadership and culture in my State […]

Martin Luther King Beloved Community

The aftermath of nonviolence is the creation of the beloved community. The aftermath of nonviolence is redemption. The aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation. The aftermath of violence are emptiness and bitterness. This is the thing I’m concerned about. Let us fight passionately and unrelentingly for the goals of justice and peace. But let’s be sure […]

Joe Caslin: Is Street Art Capable of Advancing a Society?

Welcome, everyone to the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. Well, welcome, folks, to the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. And thank you Andrew Rogers on the Barton organ. Some of you may have missed it. He started with some Irish tunes. I really enjoyed your opening, Danny Boy. So Happy Halloween. We most certainly are […]

Manuel Pastor – Professor of Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity | Bioneers

The only thing that really moves public policy into being is power. And power, in fact, also comes from social movements. Social movements are sustained groupings that develop a frame, a narrative, a story about where we need to head in the future and begin to build a broad base that helps to create long- […]

Who Gets Counted and Why: Race, Ethnicity and Latinxs in the 2020 Census

>>SUSAN POSER: Alright good afternoon. I apologize for the delay because we are having some technical difficulties. If there is anybody who would like captioning we have sign language interpretation. If anyone would like captioning, please come and sit next to Tina in the corner and you can watch it on her computer.  Again, I apologize […]

Want a less polarised society? Try a universal basic income | Anthony Painter | TEDxExeter

Translator: Michele Gianella Reviewer: Riaki Poništ So, if there was one word that you could use to describe current society, what might it be? For me, it’s the word “polarity.” This is the idea that people are pulling apart in politics and culture in terms of their economic opportunities, in terms of their identities. And […]

Judging Societies by Women’s Prisons | Emily Salisbury | TEDxWashingtonCorrectionsCenterforWomen

Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ “The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.” This famous quote by Dostoyevsky reminds us that to truly understand the progression of humanity, we should open our eyes to see how we treat some of the most unsympathetic characters in our world. How […]